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THE DAILY BULLETIN, APRIL 10, 1895.
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JUST ARRIVED ! !
A largo assortment
has just been re
ceived per "K. 1.
Richet" and "0. D.
Bryant," and more
to airivo per "Tran-Bit."
IcKoxz-jd 8o Co.,
ISTo V IClng Street.
H. Hackfeld & Co.,
Offer to tho trade on the most liberal terms their
large and varied stock of
DRY and FANCY GOODS,
Boots and Shoes, Hate, Shawls,
Clothing, Saddlery, Etc., Etc., Etc.
Furniture sP Hardware,
Bags, Bagging Building Material, Crockery and Glass
ware, Groceries, Wines, Liquors, Etc., Etc.
SOLK AGENTS FOR
Grolcien. Gate Flour,
Sperry's Flour, ,
Fort Ss Q,a.ee:n. Streets
is oxriR -A-ium:.
Ordway & Porter
Hotel Street, "Robinson Block."
ARRIVED ! !
1'or bark "Andrew
and steamer "Aus
ALL WADDED TO TITLES.
List of Amortcan Oirls Who Havo
Married English Noblemen.
Tho Couat(ss do CaMlano will
find on Lor arrival in Franco that
shoisintho midst ot a sisterhood
of American girls who h.iro married
fnroign titles. The 'nto of most
of tlii'in has been sad, thon marry
ing into tho Enulish tiobilily being
inni'li bettor olT llinu tho onus who
fought rank across the channel.
Following nro tho principal mar
riagos bot.ueon American girU nud
Miss Helen Migrudor, daughter
of Commodore, Magrudr. U. S. X.,
iiiH'ried Lord Attinger in 1SGIJ.
Mis Miry Ltvinguu King,
Smdw'ch, On., marrhd nt I'aii",
ISsO, to the Mantilla of Anilesey.
Miss SIhISMh Murph, X-iw York,
married in 18(11 to Sir Kouerl Burn
ott. Mi Ellen Slagor, of Chicago,
(Intiuhtcr of General Anon Staler.
U. S. A., married in ls77 to Lord
Duller, hoir to tho maniuisato of
Miss Jennie Jerome, Nw York,
married in 187-1 Lord llnudolph
Min Mary Rndo, Now York, mar
ried in 187!) Ljr fcalklnnd.
Miss Knthcrino MoViekor, Now
Yirk, mimed in 1871) Lord Grant
ley. She was tho divorced wife of
Miss Elizabeth Motley, daughter
of tho historian, married in 1870
Sir William Vernon Harcourt.
Mies Consuolo Yznagn dol Valle,
of Louisiana, married iu 1870 Vis
count Matuloville, okloit son of tho
Duko of Manchester.
Mrs. Louis Hammersly, of Now
York, married in 1888 tho Duko of
Mica Fraucen Lawrence, of Now
York, married iu 1885 to Lord Ver
non. m m
Unwitting Praia of the .Enemy.
A good deal of amusement was
created hero by tho predicament in
which a New York newspaper found
itself one day last week, says tho
Washington correspondent of tho
Chicago Times-Herald. Tho repub
lican organ is noted for its bitter
ness against Secretary Groshain, and
distinguished as the paper which
not long ago brought forth tho
theory that Mr. Gresham'a mind
muH be unsound. It had promptly
Boized upon tho Alliauca incident
and published a stirring oditoriil
setting forth tho policy which
should bo pursued by this govern
ment. It declared that tho state de
partment should dem;tu I an im
mediate apoloi'y of Spain and a
guarantee that thero should bo no
further interference with Amorieau
ships. Its arguments wore support
ed by citations from Wharton, and
tho editor succeeded in making out
a very good ea?e. It happened, hovv
nvor, that on tho day before this edi
t rittl appearod Secretary Grosham
nad senthia now fojuous dfcpatch
to Madriil without being good
enough to takn tho oditor into his
coufidmco. Just as tho fire-eatiug
republican journalist was about to
launch forth one of his terriblo dia
tribes against the uu-Amorican
secretary of date came tho howb
that Mr. Grodiam had already dono
precisely what the editor had said
should bo dono. This has put tho
great moral organ iu a dilomma,
and tho only way it could escape
was by defending the policy of the
state department, oven at tho ex
pense of its dearest convictions
conoarniug tbo usefulness and patri
otism of tho secretary of state.
(From V. B. Journal aj ileJiciiie.)
ProLW.II. Pwke.who makca a fptclaHy of Epllf pr,
Imi without doubt treated and cured more caaca man
any IIvIdk rtijrjtclan : hla iucccmIs attonlihlng. Wo
sends with a large bottlo of hi absolute core, f reu to
any auderer who may aend their P.O. and Kipreia ad
droa. W adrtaa aoyono withlni a cure to addrtM,
IVof. W. IU'EEKK. i'.V., Cedar bl. New York.
BY VIUTIJK OK A WltlT OK KXKUO
llon liurd outol the Dlnrlrt Court,
on tlie Utli day of March, A. I). its'.fi.
ngalnat La it Cliong, defenilaDt, In fayor (if
a. Kernamlrt, pUlnilir, (or the tmm ot
ll'AO'', I havo levied uron and hall ex-eo-e
tor Koto a- the Police tit'linn In tie
Oistrlui of rionuliilii. Ixlund of IJnliu. at 1'J
o'clock of BATUJU)Y. the CO h dnyof
April, A. I). 1WM, to the lilKlmat bidder, oil
tho richt, tlllo and Interest ot iho aald Lau
Ulionv, dcfendaiit, In and to tho following
property, unless inld judgment, 'infrfat,
toiH mid my expontea ho prevlouily paid.
1 Ut of pioporty for sit'e:
Ail the r.tit, titl) and Interest of tho
nld I iiu Cli'iiif.', dt fondant, in and toMmt
( in tu ni.vasjot tho'e Koiir'l inn'Bof bind
h t tatu nt I'ii nun, Irom 1,. McUully to Nln
foiig N'l fo dtod J)ecfcitilcr:il8l.8S,
mid recorildd In l.llier Itou pagonlilJ, '.'M,
JlSond i (I.
tF Tor further piirtlrulars see W. 0.
Aclit. ittt'irnuy t r tlie pliilntltr
I. Tornia CVth In II 8. doW Coin.
n. ( Kiiuut'orK,
Mnrelml Hupithllcof Huwnll,
Honolulu, 11. I., March '.'0, U05
The JMily liulletin, 60 cent per
month, dflivtrfd by carrier.
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Travelers tell us Hint when tho os
ttlch U )tirmicil it lililos lis bond iu
tho snnd, the nillv bird appearing to
think that If It cannot fico It4 ptiritiers
they cannot see It.
Equally absurd nro those medical nd
viBcrn who prescribe for tho symptoms
and not the source ot u disease. Of
tentlirTcs they do this becauso tho
patient dclrt-B it, unwisely deiuaudiug
that eruptions or other skin troubles
bo effaced nt once. To do this it is
necessary to uso poisonous applica
tions, which must sooner or later ag
gravate tho dlM-aso or causo it to ap
pear in new and more dangerous form.
Thero is scarcely n single ill to which
llcsh Is heir but what has itt origin in
Imnum Mood. Therefore tho onlv
way to euro thoso tioublcs is through
tho blood. And tho remedy which
litis proved itself poweiful and success
ful when ull other preset iptlons and
treatment failed, is certainly the infest
and surest for yon to take.
Head what Kev. Mr. Schnell, n re
spettcd pastor of Apitlnchin, N. Y., has
to buy about its micixss iu his case:
"Apalachln, N. Y., Aug. 8, 1S0I.
"C. I. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass.
"My Dear Sirs: In vlowof tho beneficial
effects I havo had from tho uso of Hood'a
Barsaparllla I wish to c'vo tbo following
HODRON DRUG COMPANY1, WHOLESALE AfJENTa.
Our btock of Spring
Goods is acknowledged by
everybody to be the finest
on the Honolulu market,
and consists of everything
Useful and Ornamental.
Our prices are moderate.
Jewelry in special debins
manufactured to order on
JACOBSEN & PFEIFFER,
P. O. Dox 287. Kort Btreet.
Comer Nuuanu and Hotel BtsT
E. N. HEQUA Manager
Choice Wines, Liquors, Ales,
POBTEB8, ETC., ON DRAUGHT.
Half and Half on Draught.
Hand-made Sour Mash
MERCHANT - TAILOR
Fino Caeslraoros, Sorgos,
White Linens, Etc.
Suits Made to Order
ON SHOUT NOTICE.
CLEANING, DYEING & REPAIRING
O. AKIMA, 10 Nuuanu Street.
testimonial ns to Its value I havo several
times In my lifo been badly
Polsonod With Crooplng Ivy,
onco when a boy and onco when In mature
life, ao badly that I had to have medical
treatment. An tho old school of tnedlclno
Imply tried to romovo the syintoms Instead
of trying to romovo tho sourco of them,
much of tho poison was loft In my system
to appear In an Itching humor on my
body with ovcry violent oxcrtlon In warm
weather. At all times there wcro mora or
Iesi Indications of poison In my blood, up
to a year ago last winter, when
Large Soros Broko Out
on my body. I then purchased of our
druggist, L. N. Hopkins, a bottlo o't
Hood's Barsaparllla, and after using that
and a half of another bottle, tho aotra
and humor disappeared. I attended
tho Christian Endeavor Convention In
Montreal and also visited tho World's
Tolr In tho hottest weather last summer.
Was on tho go all tho time, but
Had No Recurronco
of tho burning and Iteliln;; sensation
which had marred oery previous sum
mer's outing. I, therefore, lisui occasion
to bo enthusiastic In my pralsei of Hood's
Sarsaparllla." Samui'i. 8. Sciurmx, pas
tor of Free Itnptlst Church.
Hood's Pills becoino the faro rl to caUiar-
I tic with e cr j one who tries ibem. He. per box
Tho business of tho country ia
goltling into its former groove. Our
gentlemanly driver lias returned
from his vacation, tho cows in tho
pasture switch fling instead of bul
lets with their tails aud tho oream is
richer iu consequence. Wo believe
wo havo sntisfiod every ouo of our
customers who havo taken milk from
tin aud wo are iu a position to sup
ply a great many more. Tho peoplo
who from choico or necessity visited
Waialao during tbo past two weeks
have had an opportunity to seo just
what Hort of mot our stock feeds
tipou, and uo longer wonder at the
richuoss of tbo milk from our dairy
Our facilities for dolivery aro tho
best. With tho exception of a day
or two oarly in tbo late unpleasant
ness our drivers have always been
ou time at our customers' residences.
Wo take this opportunity to thank
those ,vho have boon patient with ua
and to Bolioit a continuance of thoir
patronago. Wo will bo pleased to
fill all orders telephoned to us and
guarantee all milk to bo pure and
froo from adulteration.
Tjik TVAIALAB RAJyOH.
Per 8. B. "Australia"
A 8MALL INVOICE OF
POK BALE J1Y
KC J. JSTOIjTB,
1290 tf Fort Btreet.